Mark Broeske is an MFA graduate from the exotic University of British Columbia whose poems and stories have earned him a Pushcart Prize nomination and publication in Berkeley Fiction Review, Southern California Review, The Interpreter’s House and elsewhere. He has an Arizona-centered collection of short fiction in search of a publisher (if you know anyone interested in that kind of thing), and two—TWO!—half finished novels. After surviving the crucible known as teaching high school, Mark now tests his mettle teaching English and Creative Writing here at GCC. When he’s not grading or writing, he also helps edit Four Chambers, a local literary magazine. Lastly, if you would like to be schooled in a yo-yo competition, he’s game.
For access to materials from Mark’s Characterization: Populating Your World with Realistic People workshop, head here: Workshop Materials